I need a little longer to figure out who I am

At times, I am not sure who I am, what I want to be , and how I want people to see me. That reminds me of the Marketing Psychology Classes at Aston… Continue reading

Autumn Yearns

  Autumn makes me sad. It reminds me of the other autumns I have spent. When the yellow crisp leaves are chased by the gusts of slightly chilly wind, I feel nostalgic. I… Continue reading

On not looking my age

Living In The Past

“You can clutch the past so tightly to your chest that it leaves your arms too full to embrace the present.” -Jan Glidewell

Musings of a five year old!

Five is a magical age. Kids think when they are five. Sarah (my colleague) is often left speechless about the kind of topics her daughter brings up and is often left to wonder… Continue reading

Somewhere down the proverbial Memory Lane

  An ancient beetle nut tree, a silk cotton tree (with dripping gum). At a weird angle from it and a fox burrow between the two, from like an inch below that, starts… Continue reading

Perfect Imperfections

Perfection. We strive all our lives towards that perfect future. We are always on our unending search for that perfect partner. We seek for perfection in everything we do. Perfect house. Perfect salary.… Continue reading


I try to hold everything dear to me too close to my heart. This makes separations and even the very thought of forgetting with time impossible to bear. Not only people, I hold… Continue reading

Tale of my Tamilization

When I left my convent school, I thought I had left behind my Tamil connection with it: from the Tamil and Keralite Sisters to the food cooked in coconut oil with curry leaves.… Continue reading

Thirty Days’ Prayer to Saint Joseph ( For any Special Intention)

Ever blessed and glorious Joseph, kind and loving father, and helpful friend of all in sorrow! You are the good father and protector of orphans, the defender of the defenseless, the patron of… Continue reading